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  1. #1 In need of a new subject of study 
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    To make a long story short, I'm a young man looking for a new subject of interest. I like to think I have a fairly renaissance mind, so I've dipped in to multiple scientific fields including: physics, chemistry, physiology, psychology, microbiology, circuitry, aerophysics, and briefly botany.
    There's practically nothing my mind can't grasp, so I'm looking for a new specific subject to entertain me. Preferably something I can expirement with. Any ideas?


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    Buckypaper is a thin sheet made from an aggregate of carbon nanotubes.[1] The nanotubes are approximately 50,000 times thinner than a human hair. Originally, it was fabricated as a way to handle carbon nanotubes, but it is also being studied and developed into applications by several research groups, showing promise asvehicle armor, personal armor, and next-generation electronics and displays.

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